Cleansing and Charging Crystals

Oh no! Forgot to put your crystals out on the full moon. What else can you do? There are so many options: salt, earthing, sun, and the list goes on.

Lay crystals in the beams of the full moon is one of the most common ways to cleanse them

Owning crystals is very common now days. And most people who wear crystals or use them around the house are #aware of the need to cleanse them. This #blog provides #insights into the reasons for cleansing #crystals and the numerous ways that this can happen. First off let's look at why bother to clean your crystals

Why cleansing crystals is needed?

Crystals do so much for us on an #energy level. They take in so much debris from our energy fields whilst transmuting our frequencies to different levels.

Whilst there is still constant debate from scientific communities about whether crystals have impact on our energetic field there is actual proof of crystals being active and responsive to interactions within their energy field. Below are some example, provided from BBC Earth, of crystals interacting with different elemental influences ... and if is just wonderful. It is like magic in action.

If you squeeze a crystal of #quartz, it generates a tiny electric current. The pressure on the crystal's surface forces ions within it to move out of position, upsetting the overall charge balance and turning the crystal into a tiny battery, with oppositely-charged faces. The phenomenon is known as the piezoelectric effect, and it also works in reverse. Pass an electric current through a quartz crystal, and it will squeeze itself.
The clear variety of #calcite bends light by two different amounts, producing a double image. This property is called birefringence. It's caused by discrepancies in the binding forces that hold the atoms of the crystal together. The forces are stronger in some directions than others.
When ultraviolet light shines on an #autunite crystal, it imparts energy to electrons within the crystal's uranium atoms. Each excited electron jumps momentarily away from the nucleus of its atom, then falls back. When the electrons drop back, they release bursts of visible #light.